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Passwords Accepted by NetBadge

Your University Status Available Passwords for NetBadge
Tell the Lost Password Wizard your status at UVa to find out how to reset it if you forgot your password!
Current UVa Students
For most, these passwords are the same.
You can probably also log into NetBadge using your digital certificate.
Students who have a UVa Health System email password may use that as well.
Applicants for Admission to UVa & Newly Admitted UVa Students
After you complete the new student ID verification process, you may log into NetBadge using your digital certificate or any password available to current UVa students (above).
UVa Faculty & Staff
You can probably also log into NetBadge using your digital certificate.
Former UVa Students (Alumni)
Former UVa Employees
Tell the Lost Password Wizard your status at UVa to find out how to reset it if you forgot your password!

*After you leave the University, your computing accounts will be deleted and your personal digital certificate will expire. But you can continue to log in through NetBadge to access a limited number of UVa systems (such as UVa Gmail, UVaCollab, UREG transcript requests, etc.)—if you completed your in-person ID verification process and set your personal security questions and a Permanent password while still at UVa.

  Page Updated: Tuesday 2013-08-20 10:20:22 EDT

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